An exhibit of Ian Miller’s 3-D artwork slated last weekend at the Robert House Museum was canceled due to the Waterfall Fire.
The exhibit has been rescheduled for this weekend at the Roberts House Museum, 1207 N. Carson St. in Carson City. An artist’s question and answer session is at 2 p.m. Sunday. Miller has more than 20 pieces on display and for sale. Viewing is free with paid admission of $3 to the museum, which is open from 1 to 3 p.m. Friday through Sunday.
For more information call (775) 887-8865.
Free art classes at Tallac Site
Free art classes will be offered from 10:30 a.m. to noon each Wednesday through Aug. 25 at the lawn of Valhalla at the Tallac Historic Site. The classes are sponsored by the Tahoe Tallac Association and all supplies are provided.
Carson City’s Artist of the Year for 2001, Carol Foldvary-Anderson, has been teaching the free art classes for the past five years. Children of all ages are encouraged to come out to the historical site and receive instruction from the award-winning artist.
Some of the art projects will be drawing and learning about warm and cool colors, while designing cartoon faces. Participants will use oil pastels and watercolors and draw fish and paint sunsets.
For more information call the Tahoe Tallac Association at (530) 541-4975.
Photo exhibit in Carson City
An exhibit of black-and-white photographs by Tom Perkins is open to the public from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday until July 30 at Stevenson Exhibit Hall, 100 N. Stewart St., Carson City. Perkins is a Minden attorney and lifelong Nevadan and outdoorsman.
Most of Perkins’ pictures were made in the Eastern Sierra and Great Basin. They include groups of contemplative outdoor photographs, some portraits, and a sampling of pictures taken in an ongoing project for the Commission on Cultural Affairs on historic buildings in Nevada.
For information contact Tom Perkins at (775) 782-9803 days, (775) 790-1511 evenings, or e-mail Thomas1592@msn.com.
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